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  1. I have come across a very good Sure Cuts A Lot 4.054 user manual (does have reference to pro edition also) created by Sandy McCauley, published Dec 8, 2016 from Look for the Sure Cuts A Lot header on the page to find the download link for the PDF version. I have chosen not to hotlink directly to the PDF manual link here (also available as an interactive manual) as it is specific to the Zing and Zing Air cutters, but if you disregard that specific information, I think users will find it quite applicable to their needs regardless of cutter type as it goes into great depth about EVERYTHING SCAL and SCALP has to offer. It has pictures, documentation and lots of useful information. I've attached a screenshot of a particular set of pages of Sandy's work to give you an idea of depth of coverage. It's very well done and contains 300 pages of information. It also gives tips and suggestions on creating reusable mats and what types of semi-adhesive glues are available. Anyhow, it's definitely worth a look. From their website:
  2. Hello Members, Please forgive me for asking this question cause I'm sure it's been asked a million times, however, I've done research but can't locate any info. I have the LPII and I would like to do things such as engraving, scoring, stenciling, cutting thick materials such as thin wood, leather, etc. Basically, I'm wondering if it has the features of a Cricut Explore. I've had my LPII for a while but never learned to do much on it. Any help that can lead me to better understanding the capabilities of my LPII will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.